# Past Events

Below are events that have already passed. You can also view a list of upcoming events here.

*8,023 total past events.*

## Monday, December 12, 2016

## Friday, December 9, 2016

## Thursday, December 8, 2016

### Ph.D. Final Oral Dissertation Defense

Multi-Allele Population Genomics for Inference of Demography and Natural Selection

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Aaron Ragsdale, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### RTG Seminar

RTG Mini Conference

**Location:**MTL 124

**Presenter:**Graduate Students, Department of Mathematics

## Wednesday, December 7, 2016

### Statistics GIDP Colloquium

A unified framework for fitting Bayesian semiparametric models to arbitrarily censored spatial survival data

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Timothy Hanson, Professor, Department of Statistics, University of South Carolina

### Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

Particle representations for deterministic and stochastic reaction-diffusion equations

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Wai-Tong (Louis) Fan, University of Wisconsin-Madison

### Seminar

Point spread function estimation using radially symmetric prior modeling and enhanced Gibbs sampling

**Location:**ENR 2 S375

**Presenter:**Kevin Joyce, Nevada National Security Site

### Graduate Student Colloquium

A conductivity problem related to medical imaging

**Location:**ENR 2 S395

**Presenter:**Philip Hoskins, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Tuesday, December 6, 2016

### Mathematics Instruction Colloquium

Math 196:Supplemental Seminars

**Location:**ENR 2 S395

**Presenter:**Tyler Kloefkorn

### Analysis, Dynamics, and Applications Seminar

: Homogenization for fully nonlinear PDEs with oscillatory Neumann boundary condition

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Sunhi Choi, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Monday, December 5, 2016

### Theoretical Neuroscience Journal Club

Place Cell Rate Remapping by CA3 Recurrent Collaterals

**Location:**Math 102

**Presenter:**Stephanie Nagl, Department of Psychology, University of Arizona

## Friday, December 2, 2016

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium

The Power of Orthogonal Duals

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Mathieu Desburn, PhD, Computing & Mathematical Sciences, California Institute of Technology

### Mathematics Education Seminar

AZ Noyce "MaTh" Seminar

**Location:**ENR 2 S-395

**Presenter:**AZ Noyce Interns and Scholars, UA Mathematics

### Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar

Studying the Geomagnetic Polarity Time Scale and Superchrons by Scalar Models and Feature Based Data Assimilation

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Jesse Adams, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Thursday, December 1, 2016

### Modeling and Computation Seminar

Discrete-time data-based model reduction for complex systems

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Fei Lu, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and University of California, Berkeley

## Wednesday, November 30, 2016

### Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

Models of Expander Graphs and Models for the Moduli Space of Riemann Surfaces

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Angelica Gonzalez, University of Arizona

### Graduate Student Colloquium

A Monte Carlo method: Multiple Importance Sampling

**Location:**ENR 2 S395

**Presenter:**Spencer Lunderman, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Tuesday, November 29, 2016

### Quantitative Biology Colloquium

Models for Intracellular Transport and Muscle Contraction

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Brian Hong and Patrick Greene, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Algebra and Number Theory Seminar

Integers that can be written as the sum of two cubes

**Location:**ENR 2 S395

**Presenter:**Eugenia Rosu, UC Berkeley

### Ph.D. Final Oral Dissertation Defense

Theoretical models for drug delivery to solid tumors

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Jackson Burton, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Analysis, Dynamics, and Applications Seminar

High Order Melnikov Method for Time-periodic Equations

**Location:**Math 102

**Presenter:**Don Wang, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona